Marguerite Ann Nolan

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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What a great family you are. I haven't seen Marg for years, but I smile when I think of all of you.

The Nolan Family on Fremont Avenue. Life was great back then. Your mom was part of a great group of moms who watched out for us all. And they all loved us no matter what happened.

My sympathies to you. Your Mother was a dear, dear woman. As others have said, she had a way of making a person feel very special. When I heard from Fiedler, that your Mother had passed, I was immediately transported back to the early 60's when I spent a lot of time at your Fremont home and her 'cool' Corvair! Odd....the things people remember. Hoping you and your brothers find strength in your faith during this difficult time.
Donna (Staples) Layman

The McGraths would like to honor the memory of your Mother Marge by talking about what a wonderful Mom she was and how she was loved and respected by the wild Irishmen (Father Paul Dudley's appellation)from Fremont Avenue.

It was inspiring to see Aunt Marguerite continue her education as her children grew up. It wasn't until my brother Bernie and I took my first trip to Montevideo with her and Tim two years ago, that I saw the little library a few doors down the street from their house and realized how much sense her pursuit of library science made. She said she was five when the family moved there that summer and she would walk barefoot to the library to check out books. By the end of the summer, she was...

Tim, when I think about your mom right now I see her greeting me with a big smile happy to see me. What a gift given so many times over the years - awesome! I'm thinking I'm going to see that again when I cross over the path that she has blazed for us! With love, Dan Traun

Marge has been one of my favorite relatives my entire life. She was a dear; always made me feel special. She had a gentleness and classiness that are delightful, rare qualities.

Goodbye, Sweet Marge! You and Pat were always fellow parishioners that I loved to see at church. It was a joy to watch Marge enjoy the choir each Sunday and to see her and her son Tim, enjoy each other in her spiritual home of Annunciation Church. Always so warm to everyone you met....thanks, and rest in peace.


Marguerite's Obituary

Marguerite Nolan passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Funeral Home Services for Marguerite are being provided by First Memorial Funeral Chapel. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on September 22, 2013.